Be a part of a life-changing experience by joining us on one of our global expeditions. Each adventure brings together ill and injured soldiers and Veterans with business and community leaders from across Canada.
True Patriot Love Women’s Expedition: Baffin Island 2019
April 1, 2019 - April 14, 2019
The True Patriot Love Women’s Expedition: Baffin Island 2019 will unite, honour and celebrate women from the military and business communities on Canada’s largest island and raise critical funds for military families.Learn More
April 1, 2018 - April 18, 2018
The True Patriot Love Scotiabank Expedition: Himalayas 2018 brought together currently serving members or Veterans of the Canadian Armed Forces with business and community leaders to take on unique physical challenges together.
The True Patriot Love Scotiabank Expedition: Best of Canada Series brought together a team of members or Veterans of the Canadian Armed Forces with business and community leaders to take on unique physical challenges together.
January 5, 2016
The True Patriot Love Expedition Vinson Massif engaged eight soldiers and 15 business leaders, raising $2.46 million for Canadian military families.
April 30, 2014
In 2014, the True Patriot Love expedition team skied 100 km to the Magnetic North Pole, concluding the largest ever expedition of its kind.
October 7, 2012
In 2012, the very first True Patriot Love expedition conquered Island Peak in the Himalayas and raised $433,000 in support of military Veterans.
“I have learned more from our Veterans on these expeditions about bravery, patriotism, service and a commitment to leaving no one behind than from any activity I have undertaken. Our Vets are truly inspirational.”
– Timothy Hodgson, Managing Partner, Alignvest Management Corp.
TPL Expedition Co-chair (Himalayas, North Pole & Antarctica)
“It was amazing to reach the summit, but the truth is the value of this experience for me can be found in every step we took together as a team, every story we told, every person and animal we passed, and every moment we shared.”
– Chris Power, Veteran and TPL Expedition Participant (Himalayas, 2018)